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Music is clearly an eclectic representation of individuality. Music is a platform where artists have the opportunity to become immortal, and use the world as their canvas. Rapper, J.Whizz, has taken his paint brush a la Michelangelo and with his eccentric delivery, and persona, has been on the verge of painting his own version for the Sistine Chapel through his various musical opuses, with his pen and words as his sole equipment at his disposal. The Queens Native has been on conquest to abash, and destroy his opponent with his savvy wordplay and lyrical brigade. Before he became the mighty wordsmith, Whizz, was in Southside Jamaica Queens harnessing his craft through a bevy of artists such as Elvis Presley, Bob Marley, Isaac Hayes, Marvin Gaye, Jay-Z, Andre 3000, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Nat King Cole, Quincy Jones, and Frank Sinatra. By paying keen attention to every detail, Whizz slowly began implementing a touch of these artists’ creative juice, and sparkle a tad into his musical DNA. In contrast to many braggadocios rappers, Whizz remains very humble, unless provoked of course. Overall, Whizz lets his music, and lyrics represent him a la Johnny Cochran when he’s at work in the studio. With interviews with HipHopGame, Full Blast Magazine, All or Nuthin HD Radio, Whizz has garnered attention already, and doesn’t plan to stop. With a new project entitled The Platform, Release date set for 6\19\12 with his manager Marv Mac
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